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    Set up your Sky wireless router

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    • This guide explains how to set up your router and get online wirelessly with Sky Broadband. You can download our PDF wireless set up guide so you can follow the instructions on your computer when you're not connected to the internet. You could also save the PDF to a memory stick and read the instructions on your home computer while you're setting up the connection. To set up the Sky wireless router, you'll need the cables we sent in your pack and microfilters for each telephone socket in use in your home. It’s also important to fit microfilters to the sockets connected to your set top boxes. Microfilters are very important, as they stop your broadband signal interrupting other devices that plug into your phone line, like telephones or your Sky box. 

      If you've already plugged in your router and attached microfilters to your telephone points, and would like to set up a wireless connection, use the following link to find out how.

      Setting up a wireless connection with Sky Broadband 

      New to Sky or installing a replacement router? Use the following link to find out how to set up a wireless connection.

      Set up a wireless connection with your Sky wireless N router 

      If you want to set up a connection using wires, please read our instructions on 
      how to set up a wired connection with Sky Broadband
       

      To find out how to set up your Sky wireless router, watch the instructional video or follow the step-by-step guide below. Please note that the router in the video may be different from your router at home, but the principle of connecting to the internet is exactly the same.


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